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DVD-RAM PROBLEM

Discussion in 'DVD recorders' started by celtboy, May 14, 2007.

  1. celtboy

    celtboy Guest

    hi guys,i recorded a very important tv clip with my samsung r 100e recorder,but i forgot that the client it is for won't be able to watch it on a home dvd player,,and it has to be fit to watch on this type of machine not a pc.
    can't seem to be able to copy/read it on pc(not supported)!!
    how can i get it on to a dvd-r/rw???

    please help.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Your PC (or someones) should be able to open the disk and look at the folders.

    Inside the 'DVD_RTAV' folder find the 'VR_MOVIE.VRO' file.
    Copy that file to the desktop.
    Put an .mpg at the end and use Nero Vision 4 or Nero Vision Express to make a new DVD with it.
     
  3. celtboy

    celtboy Guest

    ive got power 2 go from cyberlink,but it does not support ram.any way if it is burned using ram format will copying it to dvd-r work?
     
  4. attar

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    No, open the disk with Explorer and copy the file, then use the likes of Nero to make a new DVD with the renamed file.
    If Explorer cannot open the disk, it means your DVD player/burner does not recognize DVD-RAM.
    Run Nero Info Tool to find out the drive capabilities.
    http://www.iomagic.com/downloads/utilities/NeroInfoTool_207.zip
     
  5. celtboy

    celtboy Guest

    is it ok to ru/save this file?? and where do i save it to??
     
  6. attar

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    You would normally download it to your desktop.
    Unzip the contents, and run the program.
    It does not install anything on your PC.

    If you feel uncomfortable doing this, then go to this location and type in the model of your DVD burner.
    http://www.videohelp.com/dvdwriters
     

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